The British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) is calling on all full and student members of the association to consider standing or nominating a willing candidate for election onto BVNA council.
According to BVNA president Kirstie Shield, the association’s success depends on a “strong council team“, as well as its team of regional coordinators.
“We’re looking for professional and motivated veterinary nurses who enjoy getting involved in current issues and can provide a strong commitment to promoting the ideals of the BVNA and the veterinary nursing profession,” she said. “As the only representative association for VNs in the UK, BVNA council work for, and on behalf of, our members.
“Come and join us to be part of the contribution towards the future of our profession.”
To date, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) has received five nominations and is expected to hold an online hustings-style event similar to that of RCVS council.
For a nomination form, visit the BVNA’s website.